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  • Smallbatch Disciplemaking : A Rhythm For Training The Few To Reach The Many


    Recover Jesus’ strategy of training the few to reach the many.

    What if rather than funneling people through church programs, you invested in their growth? Would this kind of intentional investment help you discover a new kind of Christian purpose and spiritual legacy? And, what if you already have what it takes to develop your spiritual growth as a disciple while apprenticing others?

    As Christians, we should all participate in spiritual leadership by seeking to make spiritual investment in the lives closest to us. It’s time for us to move away from institutionalized, Sunday morning faith and toward a more relationally driven, culturally friendly, and doable approach to disciple-making. What you will discover is how discipleship is not about learning more but learning to give away what you already have in Christ.

    Small-Batch Disciplemaking by David Sunde is a compelling field guide for Christians looking to make a difference in the world by sharing their faith. With practical and empowering strategies for navigating the intimidating Biblical mandate of making disciples, this book equips and empowers readers to:

    *Grow in faith in order to give faith away
    *Learn intentional spiritual practices like hospitality, compassion, and gratitude
    *Confidently go out and make a difference in the world

    Get ready for a deeply pragmatic, culturally informed disciple-making faith.

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  • Church For Everyone


    Diversity is a high value for younger generations-but too often, they’re not finding it in the church.

    Emerging generations in the West are more diverse than ever-ethnically, socioeconomically, educationally, and politically. And as church attendance among younger generations declines rapidly, research shows that one of their primary sticking points is the lack of diversity in most churches.

    In Church for Everyone, pastors Dan Kreiss and Efrem Smith address this phenomenon head-on. In this research-based, theologically informed, and practical book, they explore the younger generations’ expectations and disappointments with church and hold out a vision for true diversity taken from the pages of Scripture. As experienced church leaders themselves, Kreiss and Smith share a wealth of practical experience and stories from the trenches of multiethnic ministry.

    The good news is that God has already called the church to diversity. As we seek to live out this calling in our own local contexts, we can become the demonstration of God’s love for all humanity that he has designed the church to be-and that the younger generation is so desperately looking for.

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  • Improvising Church : Scripture As The Source Of Harmony, Rhythm, And Soul


    Plenty of books diagnose our post-Christian malaise. Here’s a dynamic solution.

    The post-Christian cultural turn is creating the conditions for a crisis of confidence in the church and in pastoral ministry. While such changes can be disruptive and disconcerting, our new cultural reality makes the present moment a uniquely exciting time to reimagine churches that bear witness to Christ. How do we move beyond cookie-cutter approaches (which may have worked in the past) to building the creative, compassionate, and incarnational churches we long for?

    Biblical scholar and accomplished jazz pianist Mark Glanville plays with a metaphor of improvisation to chart twelve themes as the key “notes” on which Christian communities play as they bear witness to God in the world today. Building on these two dynamic traditions-jazz music and Christian community-Improvising Church unfolds a biblical, practical, and inventive vision for churches seeking to receive and extend the healing of Christ.

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  • Great Disappearance Bible Study Guide (Student/Study Guide)


    It Will Be an Ordinary Day– Until, Suddenly, It Isn’t

    For decades, Dr. David Jeremiah has searched the Scriptures for answers regarding the future monumental events known as the Rapture, the Tribulation, the Second Coming, and more. The Great Disappearance compiles his prophetic research for curious believers who patiently await the triumphant return of Christ. This study guide reinforces Dr. Jeremiah’s dynamic, in-depth teaching to aid you in applying biblical truth to your daily life.

    Drawing from his deep knowledge of biblical prophecy and passion for sharing the truth of God’s Word, Dr. Jeremiah skillfully unravels the mysteries surrounding the Rapture and the Second Coming. Designed for use with Dr. Jeremiah’s book, The Great Disappearance Study Guide dives into the promises of Jesus’ return in the Old and New Testaments. Whether you are a seasoned student of prophecy or new to the faith, this guide will expand your understanding, deepen your faith, and bring you one step closer to the future glory awaiting those who put their faith in Christ Jesus.

    Each lesson includes:

    *An outline of the main subjects and Scriptures covered during the lesson

    *An overview of Dr. Jeremiah’s teaching on the topic being studied

    *Application questions to help both individuals and small groups delve into the content and the Bible

    *A Did You Know? section that adds a point of interest to the lesson

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  • Reckoning With Power


    History is clear: Whenever the church has aligned itself with worldly, coercive power, it ends up on the wrong side of important justice issues.

    But when the church cooperates with God’s power through his presence among the least powerful, its witness for Jesus transforms the world into a better place.

    In Reckoning with Power, David Fitch unpacks the difference between worldly power, or power over others, and God’s power, which engages not in coercion but in love, reconciliation, grace, forgiveness, and healing.

    In a world where we can see the abuses of power everywhere–in our homes, schools, governments, and churches–Fitch teaches readers how to discern power and avoid its abuses and traumas. By learning from the church’s historical pitfalls, Fitch empowers Christians to relinquish worldly power and make space for God to disrupt and transform our culture for his kingdom.

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  • Reckoning With Power


    History is clear: Whenever the church has aligned itself with worldly, coercive power, it ends up on the wrong side of important justice issues.

    But when the church cooperates with God’s power through his presence among the least powerful, its witness for Jesus transforms the world into a better place.

    In Reckoning with Power, David Fitch unpacks the difference between worldly power, or power over others, and God’s power, which engages not in coercion but in love, reconciliation, grace, forgiveness, and healing.

    In a world where we can see the abuses of power everywhere–in our homes, schools, governments, and churches–Fitch teaches readers how to discern power and avoid its abuses and traumas. By learning from the church’s historical pitfalls, Fitch empowers Christians to relinquish worldly power and make space for God to disrupt and transform our culture for his kingdom.

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  • New Anabaptists: Practices For Emerging Communities


    What does it look like to be an Anabaptist community in the modern world? And why does it matter?

    A new incarnation of Anabaptism is emerging, but not where we might expect. In the United Kingdom–a post-Christendom context with little historical Anabaptist presence–Christian communities are embodying fresh expressions of Anabaptist faith and practice. In this companion to The Naked Anabaptist, author Stuart Murray identifies twelve common practices of such churches and communities that are shaped by an Anabaptist vision.

    Murray explores how these practices–which include encouraging economic radicalism in the face of rampant consumerism, truth-telling in a “post-truth” society, and accountability in an individualistic culture that knows little about the Christian story–might shape emerging Christian communities and inspire those seeking fresh expressions as cultural changes accelerate. The book concludes with three on-the-ground reports from ministry leaders pursuing this Anabaptist vision in their own post-Christendom contexts.
    The New Anabaptists provides foundational resources for followers of Jesus in many different settings as they rise to the challenge of faithful and radical discipleship in local communities.

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  • When Wrong Seems Right


    Helping kids fall in love with God and His Word as they study the Bible for themselves.

    Is that right? A heart guide for discerning wrong from right.

    Our kids are growing up in a confusing world with an abundance of messages that are contrary to God’s word. This Bible study takes your kids through forty Proverbs, providing wisdom for right thinking and living. Proverbs is a great place to start for kids who are studying the Bible on their own for the first time or who are trying to find a rhythm for regular Bible study. With straightforward easy-to-understand lessons, your kids will learn how to study their Bibles and how to apply it. They will discover what it looks like to follow Christ in a world that doesn’t. As your kids study the Proverbs, they will find that even when they make wrong choices, God is kind to forgive and set them on the right path. And, most importantly, they will receive the necessary help to follow the fount of all wisdom: Jesus.

    When Wrong Seems Right emboldens your kids in God’s truth so they can grow into a courageous generation of wise young men and women!

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  • Revive Us Bible Study Book With Video Access (Student/Study Guide)


    Revive Us Bible Study Book with Video Access includes printed content for six sessions, a leader guide, personal study between group sessions, applicable Scripture, “How to Use This Study,” and tips for leading a group. Also, each Book contains unique codes that enable you to access free teaching videos for each session.

    Revival is a topic that is often talked about but less often understood. What is revival? How do we experience it? How do we recognize it when we see it? What do we do with it?

    This six-session Bible study answers these questions and more. Pastor Robby Gallaty will help us see what can happen when we go to God with a simple and sincere request: “Revive us.” From that meager request, God is able to take our lives and our churches and use them in ways we could never anticipate and expect for His glory.

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  • Sermon On The Mount Bible Study Book Revised And Expanded With Video Access (Stu


    In His sweeping depiction of kingdom citizenship, Jesus utters some of the most familiar passages in all of Scripture. Most of us have only encountered the Sermon on the Mount in fragments, considering its subdivisions as complete teachings in their own right-a study on blessedness; a reflection on the Lord’s Prayer; a discussion of religious devotion, money, ambition, and relationships.

    What if we navigated these three chapters in Matthew as they were originally heard? What if we read them as one cohesive, well-ordered message, intended to challenge us to think differently about what it means to be a follower of Jesus?

    This 9-session study will give you the opportunity to do just that. Come and learn from Jesus, just as His disciples did. First released in 2014, this study is now updated with new teaching videos from Jen Wilkin.

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  • Revival Generation Teen Bible Study Book


    Could it happen again?

    Look around. Our world is divided in almost every way imaginable-religion, politics, race, views on sexuality, and much, much more. On the surface, it might not seem like the time is right for a movement of God. On the contrary, now is the perfect time for revival. Not the emotional, momentary, feel-good type that comes and goes, but a revival that changes hearts. When God changes hearts, churches change. And changed churches change cities, which change nations, which change the world. When the world has seemed to be at its darkest, the Spirit of God has moved in a way that only He could. Can He do it again? Yes, He can. We just need to prepare our hearts to be ready when He does.

    In this 8-session Bible study, author Shane Pruitt explores how God prepares our hearts to be catalysts of revival.

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  • Worship Any Time Or Place


    Be prepared at a moment’s notice

    This book equips the Methodist pastor, worship leader, or layperson to create meaningful worship moments for any group of people, any time, any place. It includes liturgies and prayers suitable for traditional settings such as worship services, funeral services, and administration of the sacraments. It includes words to use during hospital visits, retreats, church meetings, and other conventional settings. It provides words of blessing for departing members. It also provides language for other spaces and places, like home blessings, blessings for foster care families, words for times of transition, liturgies for fresh expressions of the church, prayers before the beginning of work, language for protests and vigils, ritual moments for difficult conversations, and prayers for interreligious and ecumenical events. It offers words of lament to use after violent events and natural disasters. From pulpits to pews, from altar tables to dinner tables, from sanctuaries to streets, the Compact Guide can be used by all ministers–clergy and laity–to employ worshipful words as the Spirit leads.

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  • Wounded Pastors : Navigating Burnout, Finding Healing, And Discerning The F


    Seasoned pastor Carol Howard Merritt and psychotherapist and former pastor James Fenimore join their expertise to offer validation, support, and guidance for pastors who have been hurt by the church. With wisdom that can come only from experience, they describe and define aspects of struggle and pain readers may have difficulty articulating or claiming for themselves, and they offer compassionate, informed guidance on how to find healing.

    You’re not alone in your ministry. And you don’t have to suffer in silence. Ministry is a stressful vocation, with unspoken expectations, projected anxieties, and conflicting demands. After the pandemic caused a sudden shift to online worship and factions fighting over when and how to return to in-person worship, pastors have been leaving congregational ministry at even higher rates than usual. The emotional fallout of burnout and abuse at the hands of parishioners is something pastors carry for years, whether they stay or leave the congregation.

    Seasoned pastor Carol Howard Merritt and psychotherapist and former pastor James Fenimore join their expertise to offer validation, support, and guidance for pastors who have been hurt by the church. With wisdom that can come only from experience, they describe and define aspects of struggle and pain readers may have difficulty articulating or claiming for themselves, and they offer compassionate, informed guidance on how to find healing. A systems approach to conflict sheds light on the dynamics of church conflict and how clergy can tend their own well-being amid leadership challenges. The final chapter helps readers consider their overall vocational path based on what they’ve experienced and decide whether they can remain in congregational ministry or need to pursue a different line of work.

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  • Habits Of The Household Bible Study Guide Plus Streaming Video (Student/Study Gu



    Parenting happens in habits. We make meals, shuttle our kids to events, answer their questions, discipline them, and do bedtime. But did you know that even these ordinary routines can serve as extraordinary opportunities to live out God’s love in profound ways? In Habits of the Household, you will discover simple practices you can implement around your daily routines and seemingly mundane moments that will lead to a lifetime of growing closer to God–both for you and everyone in your home.

    Each session includes practical examples of prayers, liturgies, and activities that you and your family can put into practice right away. As you create rhythms around your everyday routines, you will find your family has a greater sense of peace and purpose as your home becomes a place where you learn how to love each other and love God.

    This study guide includes:

    *Individual access to five streaming video sessions
    *Schedule for using as a weekend retreat
    *A guide to best practices for leading a group
    *Video notes and a comprehensive structure for group discussion time
    *Personal study for deeper reflection between sessions
    *Includes plans for hosting a weekend retreat for your group or church

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  • James Teen Girls Bible Study Book


    “Consider it a great joy, my brothers and sisters…” –James 1:2

    Trials + Faith = Endurance

    Ever had a bad day? How about a bad week? Month? Perhaps you long for the fairy tale but can’t seem to find your way out of the real-life documentary–the one that exposes the truth that sometimes just getting to the next day can be an accomplishment. You assume the role of damsel in distress. Where in the world is your hero?

    When God sent Jesus to rescue us, He didn’t do it to deliver us from the daily struggles that come with living in a broken world. That’s right. Jesus doesn’t promise a problem-free life, but He does promise to walk with us through the trials that seem to show up around every turn. Along the way, He provides friendship, wise counsel, lessons in obedience, and even a scriptural map that will guide us toward the joyful, fulfilling, enduring, Kingdom-kind-of-life we long for.

    Join author and minister Amy-Jo Girardier in this 5-session Bible study for teen girls that will awaken their faith and teach them the transformative habits of Bible study, prayer, obedience, and patience they need to confidently embrace and experience a Jesus kingdom kind of life.

    Are you ready to discover the abundant life Jesus has for you? Let the adventure begin!

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  • Integrating Psychology And Faith


    This textbook updates the conversation about models of psychology and faith integration, helping students understand the range of options for Christian engagement. Drawing from themes developed in Paul Moes’s well-received Exploring Psychology and Christian Faith (coauthored with Donald J. Tellinghuisen), Integrating Psychology and Faith develops a set of worldview dimensions that serve to organize a variety of psychology-faith integration models.

    Paul Moes and Blake Riek set forth principles and themes and establish historical context to help students explore where different views fit on a continuum of approaches to integration and understand the perspectives of other Christians in the field of psychology. In this way, students come to better understand the organizing principles for various views about psychology that they encounter. The book also shows how theological traditions and positions shape views on natural science, social science, and psychology.

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  • Remember : God’s Covenants And The Cross


    Remember the God who remembers us. God’s covenants throughout the Old Testament show the character of God’s promises to the people of Israel.In this book, Susan Robb leads readers through the covenants with Noah, Abraham, Moses, and David, followed by the new covenantestablished on Maundy Thursday. The Lenten story culminates with an examination of the cross as another example of God’s promise for a new world. Susan Robb teaches readers the basic lessons of the covenants through a mixture of biblical history and personal stories. Her pastoral character and warm tone provide a basis for understanding God’s promises through history and the role of Jesus’s passion and crucifixion in the history of the covenants. Remembercan be read alone or used for a six-week group study and churchwideLenten program.Components include a comprehensive Leader Guide and video teaching sessions featuring Susan (with closed captioning).

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  • Imagine The God Of Heaven Study Guide (Student/Study Guide)


    Millions of people around the world have reported a near-death experience. Do these accounts prove the existence of a loving God?

    Never in history, until now, have we been able to hear from so many people around the world who have been brought back from clinical death . Modern medical resuscitation and digital communication have revealed a gold mine of intriguing near-death experiences (NDEs). John Burke has spent the last three decades studying the commonalities of more than one thousand NDEs. He started his investigative journey as a skeptical agnostic when his own father was dying from cancer. After he first read these eyewitness accounts, he couldn’t help asking himself: “Could this be real evidence–even possible proof –of God’s existence?”

    Imagine the God of Heaven Study Guide is a five-session workbook, designed to be used with the companion DVD experience (sold separately). This study guide will introduce you to people from all ethnicities who experience the same loving God. Within the five sessions, which can be explored with a group or individually, John Burke discusses the character traits of this God, who has been revealed throughout history and in Scripture. God’s love, power, compassion, friendship, and guidance are closer than you could ever imagine.

    Designed for use with Imagine the God of Heaven book and DVD experience.

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  • Chasing Love Teen Bible Study Book Updated (Student/Study Guide)


    Is it possible to follow God’s design for love?

    We live in a society that constantly challenges us when it comes to sexuality. Thankfully, God doesn’t leave us to find the answers on our own: He shows us His design for sex, relationships, marriage, and gender in His Word. This study will take you through God’s Word to answer some of the toughest questions about love, sex, gender, and relationships. We will learn that it is possible to embrace God’s design by loving Him and others with both our bodies and our souls. We will learn how we can show love to those who live outside God’s design and that God’s love heals wounds.


    *9-Session biblically-rooted and gospel-centered student Bible Study?
    *Designed for group use?

    *Access to nine teaching videos featuring author Sean McDowell, each approximately thirteen minutes in length – available separately*?

    *Leader helps in the back of the book to guide questions and discussion with small groups?

    *Personal study segments in the Bible study book to complete between group sessions?

    *Promotional video and other free leader resources available at

    This Bible study will help students…

    *understand and embrace God’s design for love, relationships, and sexuality.
    *see that they’re never beyond God’s forgiveness and grace.
    *learn how to engage the LGBTQ conversation with both compassion and biblical clarity.
    *respond in compassion to those who have been abused or who believe differently.

    *Additional purchase?of the video teaching sessions is recommended for the best experience of this Bible study book.

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  • Galatians Bible Study Book (Student/Study Guide)


    Freedom is something everyone wants but few truly experience. It’s also understood differently by various people and cultures. But what does the Bible mean when it says that we’re free? After all, it is “for freedom” that Christ set us free.

    The kind of freedom that Jesus offers is not the absence of constraint, or license, or personal autonomy. It’s a deeper and more liberating freedom. It’s the freedom from the slavery of sin, shame, and the law. It’s the power that unites us to Christ and allows us to serve others in love. It’s the settled confidence that comes from knowing we are adopted children of the King of the universe. It’s what all the world wants that Jesus promised and is giving us daily in the gospel.

    Session Topics:

    1. Free to Believe
    2. Free to Contend
    3. Free to Continue
    4. Free to Identify
    5. Free to Live
    6. Free to Do Good

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  • Without Wavering Teen Girls Bible Study Book (Student/Study Guide)


    A Life of Resilient Faith Is Possible

    In this seven-session Bible study, Alexandra Hoover offers encouraging words of hope and examples of unwavering faith from the Bible. Drawing inspiration from the men and women of faith in Hebrews 11 and the early church, you’ll see that life’s challenges don’t have to define you. Through hope in Christ, you can become the one who weathers the storms of life with renewed strength and confidence in who God is and who He says you are.


    *Seven teaching videos featuring author Alexandra Hoover, approximately 5-11 minutes in length – available separately*

    *Leader helps in the back of the book to guide questions and discussion with small groups

    *Five Personal Study segments in the Bible study book to complete between group sessions

    *Biblically rooted and gospel-centered

    *Seven group sessions, six weeks of personal study

    *Promotional video and other free leader resources available at


    *Weather storms and overcome discouragement as you learn to anchor your life in faith in Jesus.

    *Gain inspiration from the Bible’s heroes of the faith.

    *Learn to endure seasons of waiting with perseverance and patience.

    *Move from powerless doubt to empowered faith through stories in Scripture.

    *Develop a faith fueled by Jesus’s perseverance on the cross, the power of the resurrection, and the resilience that carried Him through.

    *Grow in the discipline of daily Bible study.

    *Experience personal spiritual growth through individual time spent in Bible study.

    *Additional purchase of the video teaching sessions is recommended for the best experience of this Bible study book.

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  • Disabling Leadership : A Practical Theology For The Broken Body Of Christ


    People with disabilities are often excluded from full participation in church communities. Accessibility is a key component of the biblical ministry of reconciliation-but it’s not enough. To truly work toward reconciliation, churches must both consider the theological implications of disability and also become places where people with disabilities lead.

    Disabling Leadership presents a practical theology of disability for thoughtful church leaders and congregants. Written by practitioners and a scholar-pastor who are engaged in ministry together, this book encompasses cutting-edge theological ethics as well as stories of how such commitments are embodied in a real church community. The authors equip readers to explore key themes such as:

    *what it means to be human
    *how to understand suffering and healing
    *how churches can be welcoming and accessible communities
    *how to face common challenges and issues in resisting ableism

    Disabling Leadership moves beyond paternalistic views of disability that seek to extract “inspiration” from another’s story without engaging in the difficult work of just and dignifying relationships. When we foster genuinely inclusive leadership teams, the authors contend, our churches will be less likely to treat anyone as a “project” and will better reflect God’s love as the body of Christ.

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  • Preparing Sermons From The Page To The Pulpit


    A step-by-step guide to preparing effective expository sermons

    Preparing Sermons from the Page to the Pulpit helps pastors move from study to sermon in seven clear steps.

    Pastors love studying God’s word. But it can be difficult to take the things they’ve learned from exegesis and apply them to the soul of a congregation. Veteran pastor and seminary professor Wayne Baxter helps pastors move from study to sermon. He guides preachers on how to take their exegetical analysis of a Scripture passage and turn it into an effective expository sermon.

    Preachers and seminarians will be helped by Baxter’s expertise as they grow in crafting compelling sermons.

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  • Love The Ones Who Drive You Crazy


    Loving Those at Church Who Are Hard to Love

    Churches are full of differences. Those differences might be rooted in culture or personality or even musical style. In recent years, differences over political and social issues have frayed the unity of many churches. Yet if a church is centered on Christ alone, then unity at church will sometimes require building genuine friendships that bridge across all those differences. How can Christians navigate those relationships? Can they really love people at church who sometimes drive them crazy?

    This practical guide explores 8 truths from Romans 12-15 that show us how to find God-exalting unity at church with those we struggle to love. Love the Ones Who Drive You Crazy is a roadmap to finding joy in Christ through the many differences we have with fellow believers, a joy that powerfully declares the glory of God. Because easy love rarely shows off gospel power.

    *Rooted in Scripture: Examines Paul’s teaching to the churches in Rome who, like us, were struggling to find unity in Christ amidst their own differences of background, priorities, and convictions

    *Reflective: With questions to enhance discussion or reflection, this book helps readers diagnose their own struggles with others at church. Perfect for personal meditation or small-group study

    *Widely Applicable: Addresses a great variety of conflicts within a church, not merely how to navigate specific issues

    *Practical: Teaches readers how to love those who drive them crazy, not just why

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  • Steady Strength : Reversing Ministry’s Dangerous Drift Toward Depletion


    A flourishing pastoral heartbeat is possible-for those who are intentional.

    Ministry in modern society presents a perpetual assault on the pastor’s soul. Culture has changed, and the challenges of ministry have changed with it. Many new pastors are discovering that they’re ill-equipped to manage unexpected, soul-health tensions of ministry. Some are walking away, and others are choosing to not enter the pastorate despite a sense of God’s calling.

    Cary Schmidt shares a fresh approach to cultivating emotional health for a lifetime in ministry. Infuse your weary pastoral soul with renewed health, consistent joy, and true flourishing.The heart of Steady Strength is to bring vitality and renewed passion to perplexed and weary servants. Schmidt explores how tensions on the modern pastor can be navigated in three compelling ways:

    *Reckoning with the realities of an unusual call.
    *Cultivating health in unique ways.
    *Nurturing a robust, gospel-culture in ministry.

    Far from a mournful, complaining manifesto of the negative burdens of the pastor’s life, this book is a celebration of the wonderful and joyful opportunity to shepherd God’s people. In this three-part book, Cary Schmidt unfolds a workable approach to sustained, joyful pastoral health.

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  • Faith Beyond Youth Group


    Most typical youth ministries today produce nice, obedient kids who behave themselves–and then leave the church and the faith. Even those who remain struggle to extend their own faith beyond youth group. They seem like “good kids,” but their lives and decisions outside youth group aren’t oriented towards Jesus. Clearly that is not our goal. So what are we doing wrong? And how can we better serve the unique needs of the most anxious, adaptive, and diverse generation in history?

    If you’re tired of youth ministry that fails to change lives, it’s time to change youth ministry. Building on two decades of the Fuller Youth Institute’s work and incorporating extensive new research and interviews, Faith Beyond Youth Group identifies the reasons youth ministry often fails both short-term and long-term, and offers five ways adult youth leaders can cultivate character for a lifetime of growing closer to Jesus rather than drifting away. It shows leaders how to cultivate trust, model growth, teach for transformation, practice together, and make meaning so that the teenagers can become adults who hold fast to the truth 24/7 and boldly live out a robust faith in a watching world.

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  • Life Under The Sun Bible Study Book With Video Access (Student/Study Guide)


    Turn. Turn. Turn. It often feels like life is spinning at a dizzying rate. All things ever seem to do is change. And just as soon as we get our footing, the ground shifts under us again. How can we keep our balance in such a disorienting world?

    Through this 8-session Bible study, Hannah Anderson invites us to consider the wisdom of Ecclesiastes afresh as we search for a solid foundation for life under the sun. Together, we’ll learn to name our anxieties, concerns, and disappointments. We’ll discover how Ecclesiastes is more than self-help or good advice-how it frees us to ask the questions that Jesus Himself will eventually answer. And through its raw honesty and unflinching commitment to goodness, we’ll find hope in the One who guides all days under the sun.


    *7 weeks of personal study to complete between 8 weeks of group sessions
    *Call-out boxes for historical and cultural context
    *Tools for understanding wisdom literature and the literary structure of Ecclesiastes

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  • Street Smarts Study Guide (Student/Study Guide)


    Building on Street Smarts, this study guide by Gregory Koukl will take you deeper, teaching you the strategies for productive conversations with those who challenge your convictions on a variety of issues. The focus is on revealing the fundamental flaws in common, current challenges to Christian beliefs and values. It then provides individual strategies to exploit those shortcomings by offering model questions and sample dialogues to help guide believers in genial, yet persuasive, conversations. Lessons are coordinated with the available Street Smarts Video Study, and both make an ideal resources for groups use.

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  • Humility Illuminated : The Biblical Path Back To Christian Character


    The modern church is immersed in a competitive, polarized, and status-driven society. It’s hard to have conversations about important issues when so many are defensive and unwilling to learn. Too often, Christians fall into these same traps. The health and witness of the church urgently depend on recovering an essential biblical virtue: humility.

    New Testament scholar Dennis R. Edwards illuminates humility as a, if not the, distinctive identity marker of followers of Jesus. Tracing the theme throughout Scripture, he demonstrates how true humility is grounded in submission to God and becomes manifest in all areas of life. Edwards defuses common misconceptions about humility and explores its role in Christian community, conflict, leadership, suffering, worship, and stewardship.

    As we learn from and honor the humble instead of the power-hungry, humility paradoxically empowers God’s people-including those who are often marginalized. Filled with stories from the author’s ministry experience, Humility Illuminated addresses common areas of leadership failure and how to avoid them, applies biblical texts on humility to multiethnic ministry and justice work, and issues a compelling challenge to the church.

    Biblical humility is not a tactic, and it’s not just “being nice.” It’s a revolutionary path to follow in the footsteps of Jesus.

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  • You Found Me


    Outreach Magazine Resource of the Year

    Many bemoan the decline of the church. We hear a steady stream of reports about how droves of people, especially younger generations, are abandoning Christianity. But new research shows that unchurched Americans are surprisingly more receptive and open to the Christian faith than is commonly assumed.

    Researcher and practitioner Rick Richardson unveils the findings of the Billy Graham Center Institute’s groundbreaking studies on the unchurched. A study of 2000 unchurched people across the country reveals that the unchurched are still remarkably open to faith conversations and the church. Even unchurched “nones” and millennials are quite receptive if they are approached in particular ways.

    In this book you will also find best practices from further research into the top ten percent of churches that most effectively reach the unchurched. People who were previously unchurched share what actually moved them to faith and Christian commitment. And the research shows that churches and organizations can be transformed to become places where conversion growth becomes the new normal.

    If people tell you “the sky is falling,” don’t believe them. In today’s troubled world, unchurched and unbelieving people are newly receptive to hearing good news. You can lead the change that will help your church reach people-who then reach others.

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  • Lights A Lovely Mile


    Eugene H. Peterson’s never-before-published wisdom for each season of the Christian year

    The glorious, never-dull reality of the gospel is this: Christ sets us free. All of us can be doers of the word, using the stuff of the everyday to make something to the glory of God.

    Long before his iconic paraphrased Bible translation, The Message, Eugene H. Peterson (1932-2018) faithfully preached for decades to the small congregation of Christ Our King Presbyterian Church in Bel Air, Maryland. As the seasons passed, along with the accompanying fasts and feasts, Peterson faithfully revealed ways to cultivate a robust, authentic life of faith, intimacy, obedience, and joy.

    Now you can gain new insights into Peterson’s preaching and pastoral life through this collection of his most compelling yet never-before-published sermons. Following the calendar of the church year, from the darkness of Advent to the light of Epiphany, the wilderness of Lent to the celebration of Easter, and the fire of Pentecost to the everyday glory of ordinary time, these remarkable sermons point to the eternity beyond our experience of time.

    With his trademark wit and wisdom, Peterson shows how to pursue a “long obedience in the same direction” through all the seasons, colors, and rhythms of our lives.

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  • Youre Not Crazy


    Practical Advice for Weary Leaders Who Want a Gospel-Centered Culture for Their Church

    Being a pastor is hard. Whether it’s relational difficulties in the congregation, growing opposition toward the church as an institution, or just the struggle to continue in ministry with joy and faithfulness, the pressure on leaders can be truly overwhelming. It’s no surprise that pastors are burned out, tempted to give up, or think they’re going crazy.

    While we’re quick to assert what the gospel says, we’re often too slow to admit what the gospel should do for our churches: reflect Christ’s beauty through a godly, grace-filled culture.

    In this practical guide, seasoned pastors Ray Ortlund and Sam Allberry help weary leaders renew their love for ministry by equipping them to build a gospel-centered culture into every aspect of their churches. Emphasizing the importance of healthy doctrine, they explain that failing to also nurture a healthy culture can be frustrating, polarizing, and even unbiblical.
    This encouraging guide features Scripture-focused advice on honesty, honor, preaching, leadership, and mission to support leaders and help them regain a beautiful, Christ-centered vision for their ministries.

    *A Great Resource for Pastors, Church Planters, and Seminary Students: Encourages weary church leaders with Christ-centered advice on hospitality, discipleship, preaching, and more

    *Valuable Ministry Insights: Each chapter features discussion questions and a brief, engaging conversation between the authors about the topic

    *By Pastors Ray Ortlund and Sam Allberry: Expanding on their podcast, You’re Not Crazy

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  • Waiting Here For You Bible Study Guide Plus Streaming Video (Student/Study Guide


    The story of Christmas is one of waiting. It is a story of how the people of Israel waited years and years for the promised Messiah to arrive. But the story of Christmas is also one that reveals how God works during seasons of waiting-times in which he is developing us to carry out his plans in our lives.

    In Waiting Here for You, bestselling author and pastor Louie Giglio leads you through the season of Advent and show how your waiting is never wasted when you are waiting on God. You’ll study (video sessions and run times):

    *God Is Working While You Wait (16:30)
    *God Will Use Your Waiting (17:30)
    *Waiting on God and with God (17:00)
    *God Is Waiting for You (17:00)

    This study guide with streaming video has everything you need for a full Bible study experience, including the study guide itself, plus an individual access code to stream all video sessions online.

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  • Church In An Age Of Secular Mysticisms


    Post-Christian life and society do not eliminate a desire for the transcendent; rather, they create an environment for new and divergent spiritual communities and practices to flourish. We are flooded with spiritualities that appeal to human desires for nonreligious personal transformation. But many fail to deliver because they fall into the trap of the self.

    In the last book of the Ministry in a Secular Age series, leading practical theologian Andrew Root shows the differences between these spiritualities and authentic Christian transformation. He explores the dangers of following or adapting these reigning mysticisms and explains why the self has become so important yet so burdened with guilt–and how we should think about both. To help us understand our confusing cultural landscape, he maps spiritualities using twenty of the best memoirs from 2015 to 2020 in which “secular mystics” promote their mystical and transformational pathways. Root concludes with a more excellent way–even a mysticism–centered on the theology of the cross that pastors and leaders can use to form their own imaginations and practices.

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  • Love Everybody Wants Bible Study Guide Plus Streaming Video (Student/Study Guide


    Everyone loves love . . . but whose love are we really seeking? We want to be seen, known, and loved. We want to be chosen. Have you ever asked yourself, by whom?

    The love we are looking for is found in God.

    The Love Everybody Wants is a reality check and practical approach to receiving, offering, and sharing the love we long for. There is a way to experience love in a culture obsessed with shallow ideas of romance and false idealistic relationships. There is a better way. A deeper way. A way forward that sets our hearts in order and helps us learn how to be loved, how to love others well, and how to honor God through it all.

    Madi Prewett Troutt will share with honest and vulnerable conviction how to look to God, see yourself, and find deep love beyond our culture’s empty and surface ideas of being chosen, adored, sought, and worthy. In this four-session study, let down your guard and see past the filtered images to the only true love you ever need. The love that will lead you into all the relationships and experiences you desire. Learn how to live in defiance of temptations, shame, envy, and impatience. Be encouraged you are not alone pursuing the kind of love you were created for. You were made for love.

    This study guide has everything you need for a full Bible study experience, including:

    *The study guide itself–with discussion and reflection questions, video notes, and a leader’s guide.

    *An individual access code to stream all video sessions online. (You don’t need to buy a DVD!)

    Streaming video access code included. Access code subject to expiration after 12/31/2028. Code may be redeemed only by the recipient of this package. Code may not be transferred or sold separately from this package. Internet connection required. Void where prohibited, taxed, or restricted by law. Additional offer details inside.

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  • Serve : Loving Your Church With Your Heart, Time And Gifts


    This book looks at the gospel of Jesus and the example of Jesus to motivate us to serve our church family sacrificially with our energy, time and gifts.

    This is a great book for Christians who have grown weary over time, those who need help in identifying their gifts and gaining the confidence to offer them, and church members who are lacking the motivation to get started.

    As we look to the example of Jesus, who “came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many” (Mark 10:45), we will be excited and equipped to use what God has given us to serve others with a renewed sense of purpose and joy. We will also see that we do not need to have any particularly impressive gifts or emulate anyone else in order to answer Jesus’ call to love one another.

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  • God Heroes And Everyday Dragons Teen Bible Study Book (Student/Study Guide)


    We all love a good story.??
    Humans have been telling stories since the dawn of creation. Ancient cave paintings told about feats of bravery and victory. These tales were likely also recited around campfires and passed down through the generations. The invention of written language allowed people to tell even more stories and, with the addition of the printing press, to preserve them in books. These days, the biggest form of storytelling is through movies, TV shows, and video games. Even as technology has changed and advanced, humans have continued to tell stories. Why is that????
    Storytelling is wired into us. Perhaps that is why Jesus spent much of His short ministry traveling around the countryside telling captivating stories. More than 2000 years later, those stories remain some of the most famous stories ever told. Similarly, when God inspired the Bible He didn’t inspire a detailed instruction manual or theology textbook. Rather, He gave us a collection of stories and narratives. One of the most important ways we come to understand truth-about both earthly and spiritual things-is through these stories.?

    Whether you realize it or not, you are in the middle of a story; one that God has been telling since the beginning of time and one that will continue on after you exit stage left. Have you ever thought about the Christian faith like that before?

    The Bible is not just a boring history about things that happened a long time ago. The Bible is an exciting, unified story about a real God who loves people. It is the story of how God used a collection of ordinary men and women to start a movement that, despite violent opposition, would spread around the world. It is a story of good and evil, of companionship, of warfare, and of epic supernatural encounters. It is the greatest story ever told-and you are a character in it.

    In this new 8-part personal Bible study, authors Mike and Daniel Blackaby explore how you can embark on your own faith journey.

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  • Ashamed Bible Study Book With Video Access (Student/Study Guide)


    When Isaiah stepped into the throne room of God, he was “undone” by his sinfulness in view of God’s holiness. When an angel touched his mouth with a coal and told him his sin was forgiven, Isaiah essentially said, “Here I am. Send me. I don’t care where. I’m yours! I’ll do whatever!” He moved from being undone by shame to a hopeful humility and an eagerness to serve the Lord.

    In this 6-session study from Scarlet Hiltibidal, discover the deep, freeing truth that being undone is the right place to start. Move beyond your shame to the joy-inducing, peace-producing thrill that comes from a relationship with Jesus. We were made to live in the light-confessing and repenting and renouncing our shame-because Jesus experienced shame in our place.

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  • God Who Sees Bible Study Guide Plus Streaming Video (Student/Study Guide)


    “She gave this name to the Lord who spoke to her: ‘You are the God who sees me, ‘ for she said, ‘I have now seen the One who sees me'” (Genesis 16:13).

    There are times in our lives when we wonder if God truly sees us. When we are going through trials that seem to have no end . . . we wonder if God sees us. When we are faced with problems that seem to resurface again and again . . . we wonder if God sees us. When an illness we thought was defeated returns to impact our lives once more . . . we wonder if God sees us. And if God does see us in these situations . . . we wonder if he cares.

    In this six-session video Bible study, bestselling author Kathie Lee Gifford explores the stories of several important figures in the Bible who also wondered at times if God saw them in their plight. Through the stories of Hagar, Ruth, David, Mary of Magdala, and others, participants will discover that even when things seem to be at their worst, there is a God whose eyes are always on us, who has promised to never leave us or forsake us, and who gives us the power to do all that he has called us to do.

    This study guide has everything you need for a full Bible study experience, including:

    *The study guide itself–with discussion and reflection questions, video notes, and a leader’s guide.

    *An individual access code to stream all video sessions online. (You don’t need to buy a DVD!)

    Streaming video access code included. Access code subject to expiration after 12/31/2028. Code may be redeemed only by the recipient of this package. Code may not be transferred or sold separately from this package. Internet connection required. Void where prohibited, taxed, or restricted by law. Additional offer details inside.

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  • Connections Worship Companion Year B Volume 1


    This volume of the Connections Worship Companion series offers complete liturgies-from the call to worship to the closing charge, with prayers and litanies for every need in between-for all worshiping occasions between Advent and Pentecost of Year B. Part of the Connections commentary series, these worship resources help congregations illuminate the connections between Scripture and liturgical rhythms and between the Sundays of each liturgical season. A “Making Connections” essay precedes each season’s resources, providing context for worship within the themes and purpose of the season, while liturgies for repeated use throughout each season enhance connections from Sunday to Sunday.

    Contributors to this volume include Claudia L. Aguilar Rubalcava, Mamie Broadhurst, Marci Auld Glass, Marcus A. Hong, Kimberly Bracken Long, Emily McGinley, Kendra L. Buckwalter Smith, Samuel Son, Slats Toole, and Byron A. Wade.

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  • Caring For Families Caught In Domestic Abuse


    Caring for Families Caught in Domestic Abuse is a comprehensive, Christ-centered response to the spiritual, emotional, and physical harm that domestic abuse causes to the abused spouse, the abusive spouse, and their children.

    Written by an experienced team of biblical counselors, Caring for Families Caught in Domestic editor Chris Moles and contributors Darby Strickland, Joy Forrest, Greg Wilson, Kirsten Christianson, and Beth Broom are all leaders in biblical domestic abuse ministry in the local church. Each section of the book: The Intersection of Biblical Care and Domestic Abuse, Biblical Counseling and Care for Victims, and Biblical Counseling and Confrontation of the Abuser provides a detailed overview of how to minister biblically and faithfully to both the abusers and the abused.

    Topics addressed include the biblical and theological foundations for counseling each family member caught in the cycle of domestic abuse, direction on how to counsel the victims (spouse and children) and the abuser, and how to offer practical, actionable help to protect families from harm and break the abusive cycle in the home.

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  • As For Me Teen Girls Bible Study Book (Student/Study Guide)


    No Matter What

    From songs of praise to cries of lament and everything in between, the book of Psalms captures the wide range of emotions in life. The psalmists paint a picture of a relationship with God that is filled with delays, disappointments, surprises, and triumphs.

    In this 7-session Bible study, author and singer Adrienne Camp invites you to join her on a journey to discover a deeper understanding of who God is and be encouraged to hold on to Him no matter what is happening around you.

    “As for me, I will tell about him forever; I will sing praise to the God of Jacob.” ?
    Psalm 75:9?

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  • Conviction To Lead (Revised)


    Christian leadership cannot be separated from passionately held beliefs. Only if you are deeply committed to truth will you be ready for leadership. You can be part of a generation that is simultaneously leading with conviction and driven by the conviction to lead. The generation that accomplishes this will set the world on fire.–Al Mohler, The Conviction to Lead.

    Mohler’s wisdom will inspire, and this new edition features additional proven principles and updates throughout. While many leadership books focus on management or administration, the central focus of The Conviction to Lead is on changing minds.

    Using his own experiences and examples from history, Dr. Mohler demonstrates that real leadership is a transferring of conviction to others, affecting their actions, motivations, intuition, and commitment. This practical guide walks the reader through what a leader needs to know, do, and be in order to affect change.

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  • Unlikely Advent : Extraordinary People Of The Christmas Story (Student/Study Gui


    Expect the unexpected this Christmas.

    This four-week Advent study focuses on the experiences of four sets of often overlooked characters in the Nativity story. During this Advent season, Rachel Billups guides readers through the themes of hope, love, joy, and peace by sharing the stories of Elizabeth and Zechariah, Herod, the Magi, and the shepherds. Each set of unexpected characters has something to teach about living faithfully on the journey to Christmas.

    Additional components to use the book as a four-week small group study include a leader guide and DVD/Video Sessions featuring Rachel Billups.

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  • Christians Guide To Mental Illness


    This accessible resource answers 30 commonly asked questions about mental health from a Christian perspective, providing caregivers with the biblical wisdom necessary to care for those with mental illnesses.

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  • Signs And Secrets Of The Messiah Bible Study Guide Plus Streaming Video (Student


    Are you or someone you love desperate for a miracle–a sign that God knows about your situation and is willing, ready, and available to do something about it? As witnessed through Scripture, the God who was and is and is to come has been performing miracles from the beginning of time. So, you can trust that Jesus wants to do something miraculous in your life today!

    In Signs and Secrets of the Messiah, bestselling author and teacher Rabbi Jason Sobel dives deep into Scripture, biblical culture, and ancient texts to help you better understand the truths and the power behind God’s miracles and to increase your faith that Jesus can perform miracles in your life. By taking a deeper look at Jesus’ miracles, he reveals promises for all Christ followers based on miracles throughout Scripture:

    *Jesus takes the ordinary and turns it into something extraordinary, because He wants you to live out of His overflow (He turned water into wine).

    *Jesus wants to renew you so that He can do something new in you (He revealed to Nicodemus the miracle of rebirth).

    *You can stop wandering aimlessly or feeling stuck in your current situation, but instead experience abundant life and healing (He healed the man at the Pool of Bethesda).

    *God wants to bless you abundantly so you, in turn, can bless others and sow into His kingdom (Jesus multiplied the loaves and fish).

    As you go on this journey with Rabbi Jason, a Messianic Jew, he is praying that God will lead you to new insights and breakthroughs in your life. And as God reveals Himself to you in a fresh and powerful way, you will be filled with a sense of His presence and shalom.

    This study guide has everything you need for a full Bible study experience, including:

    *The study guide itself–with discussion and reflection questions, video notes, and a leader’s guide.

    *An individual access code to stream all video sessions online. (You don’t need to buy a DVD!)

    Streaming video access code included. Access code subject to expiration after 12/31/2028. Code may be redeemed only by the recipient of this package. Code may not be transferred or sold separately from this package. Internet connection required. Void where prohibited, taxed, or restricted by law. Additional offer details inside.

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  • God Never Gives Up On You Bible Study Guide Plus Streaming Video (Student/Study


    Have you ever wondered if you’ve had one too many stumbles for God to use someone like you? Have you ever worried that you’ve made the wrong decisions in life and there is no way back for you? Have you ever questioned if God can really use you in spite of your mistakes? If so, the tale of God’s unending, unbending, unswerving grace and devotion in the story of Jacob is just what you need.

    God Never Gives Up on You is a five-session study tailor-made for the members of the “Lost Halo Society.” It’s for the strugglers among us and the fumblers within us. It’s for those who are part saint . . . and part scoundrel. It’s for those who mean well but don’t always do well. And it’s for those who could use a refresher course on how God enacts his perfect plan in this world by working through imperfect people.

    In this study, bestselling author Max Lucado will reveal how God used Jacob–the misbehaving patriarch who was strong on savvy but low on conscience–simply because God chose to use Jacob. Period. The word for such devotion? Grace. Grace came after Jacob. Grace found him in the desert. Grace protected him in exile. Grace wrestled him to the ground and blessed him. Grace led him home to Canaan.

    Jacob’s story invites us to likewise believe in a God who sticks with the unworthy and underachievers until we are safely at home.

    Sessions and video run times:

    1. Taking Shortcuts (15:30)
    2. Reaping What You Sow (16:00)
    3. Living with a Louse (17:00)
    4. Wrestling with God (18:00)
    5. Returning Home (16:00)

    This study guide has everything you need for a full Bible study experience, including:

    *The study guide itself–with discussion and reflection questions, video notes, and a leader’s guide.

    *An individual access code to stream all video sessions online. (You don’t need to buy a DVD!)

    Streaming video access code included. Access code subject to expiration after 12/31/2028. Code may be redeemed only by the recipient of this package. Code may not be transferred or sold separately from this package. Internet connection required. Void where prohibited, taxed, or restricted by law. Additional offer details inside.

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  • Restoring Hope : A Integrative Approach To Marital Therapy


    Serving more than ten thousand couples over a span of more than twenty years, Hope Restored is the comprehensive model for Christian marriage counselors, therapists, and others seeking to help marriages in distress.

    The clinical team at the Focus Marriage Institute who developed the remarkably successful program Hope Restored: A Marriage Intensive Experience has created this guide, which provides a replicable model for working with couples in marital crisis. This professional resource contains numerous intervention and therapeutic strategies that you can apply to your personal therapy style, the unique individuals you serve, and the specific relational circumstances.

    *Section 1 examines the key concepts, principles, and skills presented, along with their potential application.

    *Section 2 dives deeper into the process of therapy and application, considering goals and objectives, the therapeutic relationship, the role of psychoeducation, sequencing, marriage dynamics, and more.

    *Section 3 considers theological and psychological assumptions as well as foundations of the model and marital therapy research context.

    Designed for the Christian marriage counselor or therapist; others, including pastors and lay leaders with a heart for marriage restoration, will find this proven model to be a valuable resource that stands the test of time.

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  • Psalms Bible Study


    In this six-session study, explore how the Psalms are worship-prayer songs lifted to God. Whether chanted in a synagogue, sung from a hymnal, or read from projectors on walls, the Psalms have given us the content of our prayers and defined both our worship and faith for generations. By studying, praying, and living the Psalms, our lives become an enduring song of praise to the Lord, like strong, fruitful trees that thrive through every season.

    This study is an invitation to the wild beauty that comes from experiencing God as we journey deeper in relationship with him through the Psalms. Study different types of worship-prayer songs from the book of Psalms, consider the background of specific psalms and their connections with Jesus, and explore how the songs we sing and the song of our lives reflect the themes of the book of Psalms.

    The six sessions include:

    *Blessed is the One Who Praises the Lord (Psalms 1 and 150)
    *The Heavens Declare and the Word Shines a Light (Psalms 19 and 119)
    *Even in Darkest Valleys, the Lord Is My Shepherd (Psalms 22-24)
    *Unfailing Love and Forgiveness (Psalms 51 and 32)
    *Lord, You Have Been Our Home (Psalms 90 and 46)
    *Bless the Lord, O My Soul (Psalm 103)

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  • How To Teach The Old Testament To Christians


    Discover the Richness of the Old Testament

    The Hebrew Scriptures are the beginning of-and foundation for-God’s incredible story of redemption. Studying the Old Testament, and its relationship to God’s new covenant, inspires wonder and awe at God’s grand plan of salvation that spans millennia. Tragically, too many preachers and Bible teachers don’t have the time or inclination to dive into the depths of the Old Testament. T. J. Betts, respected professor of Old Testament interpretation at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, provides a convenient solution in this book:

    *By walking you through the steps to effectively preach and teach the Old Testament
    *By describing how to interpret the stories and narratives in the Hebrew Scriptures
    *By outlining how to present, illustrate, and apply the Old Testament to people’s lives

    You’ll want this book in your library because it is a tool for unpacking Scripture.

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